Miracles, transformations, and Blessings at ECTLC
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars, a Harvard accredited honor society
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars, a Harvard accredited honor society, recently recognized Crystle Peters with an award honoring her achievement as a straight-A student. She also received the Delta Mu Delta award from an honor society recognized by the President and Dean of Grand Canyon University for her perfect GPA. You may remember Crystle and her husband, Mark, from last November’s fundraising dinner where they shared their story. Mark, Crystle and their four children, ages 5, 7, 8, and 13, have made remarkable changes in their lives since joining our Family Restoration Program nearly two years ago. The kids are all thriving in school. Mark has taken a position with Indian Hills Camp, and Crystle is a full-time campus advisor for ECTLC helping other families participating in our programs. Even with all of that responsibility, Crystle has found time to work toward a Bachelor’s Degree in Science with a major in Entrepreneurial Studies. She started her online college courses at Grand Canyon University in December of 2018 and has completed all of her classes, including English, math, and psychology with a perfect record. Crystle is always available to lend a helping hand and is a friend to everyone on campus. We rejoice in her success and appreciate her work helping families in our programs also to succeed. Crystle is an inspiration to us all.